Welcome To Bold Communications

Bold designs, supplies and supports integrated alarm monitoring software for fire, intruder and panic, CCTV, lone worker, access control and a wide range of other security systems in the UK and overseas.  Our Gemini software is used in leading commercial alarm receiving centres as well as a wide range of private control rooms – local authority, government, retail, banks, universities, hospitals, industrial sites, utilities and police.   Our unique approach to delivering and supporting your monitoring project saves cost and maximises the value of installed security assets.

As part of our partnership with our users, new Gemini software releases are regularly provided.  For details of the latest version with updated and redesigned user interface, please contact us.

Bold employs the most talented technical and commercial people in the sector - you are interested in joining the Bold Team, please get in touch.


Latest News

  • An Intelligent Platform for Intelligent CCTV Solutions

    Interest has accelerated recently in Smart Homes, Smart Cities and the internet of things together with an expectation that technology should give us more control over our personal and working lives.  In the monitoring and surveillance sector,... Read More
  • Protecting Lone Worker Technology from the Hacker

    An interesting article in The Register recently highlighted how certain GPS devices are vulnerable to being hacked, and in so doing, inadvertently reveal the device location and enable an attacker to listen in.  Apart from privacy issues, this... Read More
  • Bold at launch of the Security Event, NEC 2019

    Bold exhibited at the new Security Event show at the NEC, Birmingham, meeting many of our current users as well as some potential new ones.  The location is highly accessible and with plenty of parking, making it easy for visitors to attend,... Read More
  • Alarm Communications - Sending the Wrong Signals

    There is growing awareness that the PSTN telecom network is to cease operation by the end of 2025, with all users moved to IP-based services, according to industry bodies.  This will impact users with responsibility for security and fire alarms... Read More

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